Tatarstan Prime Minister Leila Fazleeva holds a meeting of the sanitary and anti-epidemic commission

9 November 2020, Monday

On November 9, at the Government House of the republic, Deputy Prime Minister of Tatarstan Leila Fazleyeva held a regional videoconference meeting of the sanitary and anti-epidemic commission of the Cabinet of Ministers of the republic.

The meeting participants discussed the current situation with the spread of coronavirus in the republic, the organization of in-patient care for patients, the provision of municipalities with medicines and personal protective equipment to municipalities, and a number of other pressing issues.

During the meeting, the Commissioner for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights – Aide to Tatarstan President Farid Abdulganiev said that today he receives many appeals: entrepreneurs are afraid of the re-imposition of severe restrictive measures.

Fazleeva said that there are a number of measures in the republic to contain the spread of COVID-19. Additional restrictive measures are not planned for the near future.

At the same time, she emphasized that the situation with the coronavirus is still very tense, therefore the further development of events largely depends on the entrepreneurs themselves and their responsible attitude to preventive measures.

The meeting participants also discussed the issue of organizing children's leisure time during the autumn holidays. Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Tatarstan Alsu Asadullina said that over 40,000 schoolchildren attended 690 recreational camps at schools. All camps were organized in accordance with sanitary and epidemiological rules. During the work of the camps, no cases of coronavirus infection were detected.

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